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Freedom Kicks for 29 May 2014: EJ, All Stars, Inter Academy

Kick off your morning with your daily recommended amount of Freedom!

Stew Milne-USA TODAY Sports

After a long night of soccer last night, today is the lull between mid-week and weekend soccer. But fear not! We have news to get you through the day.

Eddie Johnson’s red card rescinded: In case you didn't see this yesterday, Eddie Johnson's red card was rescinded unanimously by a three member review committee.

MLS 2014 All Star ballot is out | Comcast SportsNet Washington: D.C. United players on the initial ballot are Bill Hamid, Bobby Boswell, Perry Kitchen, Davy Arnaud, Nick DeLeon, Chris Rolfe, Eddie Johnson, and Fabian Espindola.

F.C. Internazionale - Sito Ufficiale: According to a press release on Inter Milan's website, they have a fairly new academy in Florida; its goal is to eventually produce players both for Inter Milan and for D.C. United.

NWSL AND ESPN ANNOUNCE NATIONAL BROADCAST AGREEMENT - National Women's Soccer League: A great deal for NWSL, who will have six regular season games and their three playoff games broadcast on ESPN2 and ESPN3. Unfortunately, the Washington Spirit will only be on TV if they make it to the playoffs.

RICHMOND 2, NY GREEK AMERICANS 1 - Richmond Kickers: After a three hour rain delay, the Richmond Kickers came back from a one goal deficit to win their third round US Open Cup match. They will next host the New England Revolution in the fourth round.

2014 US Open Cup Round 3 review: 16 teams, including 3 amateurs, earn Fourth Round dates with Major League Soccer | The Cup: The rest of the results from the third round of the US Open Cup can be found here; in local news, the Baltimore Bohemians lost to the Harrisburg City Islanders.

Liga MX is television ratings king in United States - Not that this surprises anyone, but Liga MX has a large viewership in the United States.

Screamer: Deadspin and Howler Magazine are collaborating to launch and soccer specific site. I'm usually wary of Deadspin's soccer coverage, but the Howler people are good people, so I'll give it a chance.

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